itch the flowers-and-chocolates routine this year, and try something new. Show off your non-traditional side, and grab that special someone something really special this year. Like the ultimate back-scratcher, a tiny plastic welder, or an ultra-soft pillow that doubles as a blindfold.
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The Annual Uncle John's Bathroom Reader May Be The Most Interesting Book Of The Year
Perfect for the loved one with a love of facts, this miscellany series is a fantastic collection of random facts, true stories, and other fascinatingly informative content. Odds are you’ll end up reading it outside the bathroom as much as you do inside. But just in case, a water-resistant cover will keep it in primo condition if it does happen to live in the lav.
The Zip-It Package Opener Will Save Their Fingers From Disaster
There’s no quicker way to ruin a gift than slicing open your finger on one of those impossibly tough, why-do-they-make-these-like-this pieces of plastic packaging.
That’s where the Zip-It comes in, saving gift-giving wounds, one zip at a time.
These Baby Foot Peels Are Wildly Popular And Disgusting And I Can't Wait To Try It Myself
Seriously, this looks like such a satisfying (albeit, also disgusting) experience. Imagine the dead skin on your feet just peeling off like a sock. It’s basically the foot-skin equivalent of peeling dried Elmer’s glue from your palm while bored in middle school art class. Except it’s dried, dead skin. And from your foot. And it’s fascinating.
Grab a yours-and-theirs set, and make this Valentine’s Day an a-peeling affair.
This Adorably Tiny Palm-Sized Quadcopter Will Fly Straight To Their Heart
Roses are cool, and kittens are cute. But neither of them can fly.
You know what can?
This lil’ guy.
The Belkin Wemo Mini is Basically The Clapper For The 21st Century
This tiny plug connects seamlessly to any smarthome device (like Alexa) you may have, allowing you to power things on and off with a mere polite request.
It’s one of those simple, inexpensive bits of technology that make you realize: we’re really living in the future.